New Israeli energy company gets power from sides A and B of solar panels. Another ‘b,’ the element boron, maximizes efficiency.
The Jerusalem-based company that invented the Wind Tulip unveils a device to create hydroelectricity inside municipal water pipes.
Move over paper towels and jet dryers. Israeli-manufactured UltraClean is coming to transform the way we dry our hands in public restrooms.
An Israeli water heater gathers sun like bees gather honey, retaining enough heat to warm more than just dishwater.
The best of Israel’s agri-tech and clean-tech innovation is combined in a new oasis system that could help feed millions of desert-dwellers.
Distressed by all the landfill her kids were generating, Daphna Nissenbaum invented a packaging material you can put in the compost heap.
A new national center for marine research will be a source of vital info for Israel and its fellow Mediterranean basin countries.
Israelis are first to test whether a greener, cheaper fuel from natural gas can be used in existing cars without ill effects on the engine.
Israel has gained a worldwide reputation for its ability to turn barren desert into useful and arable land. ISRAEL21c takes a look at the country’s top 10 eco-strategies.